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It was not Yoshi’s day to die after all!
Yoshi, a stray dog locked up at a Moreno Valley, California kill animal shelter was snatched from death row on what was supposed to be the last day of his young life.
But a collaborative effort involving coast to coast calls by Pilots N Paws (PNP) animal rescue volunteers saved the little guy.
Now a pilot for Pilots N Paws is flying Yoshi from LA to his new forever home and loving family in New York.
Together PNP pilot Phillip Angert and Yoshi will fly over 2,000 nautical miles and experience the entire American landscape.
This is one of the longest PNP flights ever to save one animal.
The goal is to draw attention to the growing problem of animal over population. Every 11 seconds a pet is put to sleep in this country because people no longer want them or they are lost and end up in a shelter.
That’s about 4 million healthy dogs and cats a year.
Pilots N Paws has over 4,000 volunteer pilots nationwide and rescued over 15,000 animals in 2013.
They do it all for free and straight from the heart.
PNP’s goal is to put themselves out of business by getting more pilots on board.
Our target is 10,000 pilots nationwide so we can rescue every animal in need.
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